The mycelium market is heating up with New York on the radar for grown-in-America innovation.
Historic leather goods house Delvaux announced plans to restructure operations in a bid to increase agility.
Revenues at the Florence-based luxury group fell 33.5 percent in 2020, although the performance improved in the last quarter.
No longer do pressure tactics for cruelty-free leather and fair pay fall on deaf ears, as consumers are continuing their values mind-set.
Backed by Japanese Look Holdings Inc., the storied accessory brand is opening nine flagships in Japan by 2021.
The leather goods trade show closed just before the coronavirus outbreak hit Milan and exhibitors urged to rethink the supply chain.
Plus, Rosa Halpern’s bespoke, cool-girl leather brand expands into new fashion categories.
The Italian luxury group is already seeing positive trends in full-price sales as it reports growing profits and revenues in the first six months of the year.
Bluebell Group is more confident than ever about the Asian consumer as it further expands into new markets.